Enrolling in School and School Activities
Students may be denied enrollment in school, be faced with challenges remaining in school, or be denied access to extracurricular activities. These challenges may be discriminatory if based upon the student’s race, ethnicity, disability, homelessness, or their involvement with the foster care or juvenile justice systems.
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- ● Denial of Classroom and Other School Resources
- ● Intersectional Issues
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